You need to set up your grade book before you begin adding assignments- these settings will change the details of your assignments and you are truly best served by doing them first! Please note there is a new look and … Read More
We have a pre made guide to some of the changes you will see when giving Assignments, using Rubrics and Gradebook settings. You will find this when you log into the website- on the upper right side of your landing … Read More
For returning students, it’s pretty darn easy to access your past course pages. Log in, click the drop down on the mid left which indicates what school year you want, then click into the course title!
Set up your Grade Book first. Just trust me on this one thing and set up a calculation method, and know that all the other options can be edited. Discussions are a new tool to let your class have an online … Read More
This is worth five minutes of your time, I promise! I will also be posting slower, step by step instructions for setting up and using rubrics at Lick-Wilmerding.
This year we are offering teachers the use of a Letter Grade Scale in Grade Book. I am going to go over how to set up and use it here, but feel free to ask me your specific questions! note: … Read More
I am posting some additional information directly from our LMS provider around the different ways you can set up your grade calculation method in your grade book. Please see this post for examples of those calculation methods. Please note that … Read More
To view past content, watch these tiny videos! Why might you want to be able to do this? Well, in the first video a teacher had asked to see past assignments/lessons as she was teaching a section of it … Read More
This quick video will give you a brief overview of settings on your class pages. For more in depth questions, contact Kelleigh. Set up Highlights: Bulletin Board should have “evergreen” materials for the students, such as rubrics and your syllabus, … Read More
Please note- many issues (from students not seeing grades to grades not adding up correctly and more) tend to be set up mistakes. I am always happy to help, so let me know if you hit any snags while setting … Read More